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The Cambridge handbook of the psychology of prejudice, edited by Chris G. Sibley, University of Auckland, New Zealand, Fiona Kate Barlow, University of Queensland, Australia

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The Cambridge handbook of the psychology of prejudice
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The Cambridge handbook of the psychology of prejudice
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edited by Chris G. Sibley, University of Auckland, New Zealand, Fiona Kate Barlow, University of Queensland, Australia
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  • Sibley, Chris G.
  • Barlow, Fiona Kate
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Cambridge handbooks in psychology
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The Cambridge handbook of the psychology of prejudice, edited by Chris G. Sibley, University of Auckland, New Zealand, Fiona Kate Barlow, University of Queensland, Australia
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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volume
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rdacarrier
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text
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  • txt
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Contents
Part I. General Theoretical Perspectives: 1. An introduction to the psychology of prejudice Chris G. Sibley and Fiona Kate Barlow; 2. Evolutionary approaches to stereotyping and prejudice Oliver Sng, Keelah E. G. Williams and Steven L. Neuberg; 3. From prejudice to social change: a social identity perspective Katherine J. Reynolds, Emina Subasic, Luisa Batalha and Ben Jones; 4. Ingroup projection as a challenge of diversity: consensus about and complexity of superordinate categories Michael Wenzel, Sven Waldzus and Melanie C. Steffens; 5. Intergroup discrimination: ingroup love or outgroup hate? Marilynn B. Brewer; 6. Intergroup Emotions Theory: prejudice and differentiated emotional reactions toward outgroups Angela T. Maitner, Eliot R. Smith and Diane M. Mackie; 7. Intergroup threats Walter G. Stephan and Cookie White Stephan; 8. Social Dominance Theory: explorations in the psychology of oppression Jim Sidanius, Sarah Cotterill, Jennifer Sheehy-Skeffington, Nour Kteily and Héctor Carvacho; 9. The Dual Process Motivational Model of Ideology and Prejudice John Duckitt and Chris G. Sibley; 10. Is prejudice heritable? Evidence from twin studies Fiona Kate Barlow, James M. Sherlock and Brendan P. Zietsch; Part II. Prejudice in Specific Domains: 11. Understanding the nature, measurement, and utility of implicit intergroup biases Kumar Yogeeswaran, Thierry Devos and Kyle Nash; 12. Aversive racism and contemporary bias John F. Dovidio, Samuel L. Gaertner and Adam R. Pearson; 13. Ambivalent sexism in the twenty-first century Rachel A. Connor, Peter Glick and Susan T. Fiske; 14. Sexism in intimate contexts: how romantic relationships help explain the origins, functions and consequences of sexist attitudes Matthew D. Hammond and Nickola C. Overall; 15. Religion and prejudice Ben K. L. Ng and Will M. Gervais; 16. Sexual prejudice: advances in conceptual and empirical models V. Paul Poteat and Michelle Birkett; 17. Weight bias: prejudice and discrimination towards overweight and obese people Phillippa C. Diedrichs and Rebecca Puhl; 18. Prejudice against immigrants in multicultural societies Colleen Ward, Agnes Szabo and Jaimee Stuart; 19. Generalized prejudice: old wisdom and new perspectives Robin Bergh and Nazar Akrami; Part III. Prejudice Reduction and Analysis in Applied Contexts: 20. Recent developments in intergroup contact research: affective processes, group status, and contact valence Linda R. Tropp, Agostino Mazziotta and Stephen C. Wright; 21. From prejudice reduction to collective action: two psychological models of social change (and how to reconcile them) John Dixon, Kevin Durrheim, Clifford Stevenson and Huseyin Cakal; 22. Self-regulation strategies for combating prejudice Mason D. Burns, Laura Ruth M. Parker and Margo J. Monteith; 23. Antecedents and consequences of evaluative concerns experienced during intergroup interaction: when and how does group status matter? Jacquie D. Vorauer and Matthew Quesnel; 24. Stereotypicality biases and the criminal justice system Danny Osborne, Paul G. Davies and Shirley Hutchinson; 25. Prejudice, stigma, bias, discrimination and health Yin Paradies, João Luiz Bastos and Naomi Priest; 26. Development of delegitimization and animosity in the context of intractable conflict Daniel Bar-Tal and Talia Avrahamzon; 27. Interventions in real world settings: using media to overcome prejudice and promote intergroup reconciliation in Central Africa Rezarta Bilali and Ervin Staub; 28. Identification with all humanity: the antithesis of prejudice, and more Sam McFarland; 29. It's all about ignorance: reflections from the blue-eyed/brown-eyed exercise Jane Elliott
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ocn961035057
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
xvi, 671 pages
Isbn
9781107098336
Lccn
2016035551
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)961035057
Label
The Cambridge handbook of the psychology of prejudice, edited by Chris G. Sibley, University of Auckland, New Zealand, Fiona Kate Barlow, University of Queensland, Australia
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Part I. General Theoretical Perspectives: 1. An introduction to the psychology of prejudice Chris G. Sibley and Fiona Kate Barlow; 2. Evolutionary approaches to stereotyping and prejudice Oliver Sng, Keelah E. G. Williams and Steven L. Neuberg; 3. From prejudice to social change: a social identity perspective Katherine J. Reynolds, Emina Subasic, Luisa Batalha and Ben Jones; 4. Ingroup projection as a challenge of diversity: consensus about and complexity of superordinate categories Michael Wenzel, Sven Waldzus and Melanie C. Steffens; 5. Intergroup discrimination: ingroup love or outgroup hate? Marilynn B. Brewer; 6. Intergroup Emotions Theory: prejudice and differentiated emotional reactions toward outgroups Angela T. Maitner, Eliot R. Smith and Diane M. Mackie; 7. Intergroup threats Walter G. Stephan and Cookie White Stephan; 8. Social Dominance Theory: explorations in the psychology of oppression Jim Sidanius, Sarah Cotterill, Jennifer Sheehy-Skeffington, Nour Kteily and Héctor Carvacho; 9. The Dual Process Motivational Model of Ideology and Prejudice John Duckitt and Chris G. Sibley; 10. Is prejudice heritable? Evidence from twin studies Fiona Kate Barlow, James M. Sherlock and Brendan P. Zietsch; Part II. Prejudice in Specific Domains: 11. Understanding the nature, measurement, and utility of implicit intergroup biases Kumar Yogeeswaran, Thierry Devos and Kyle Nash; 12. Aversive racism and contemporary bias John F. Dovidio, Samuel L. Gaertner and Adam R. Pearson; 13. Ambivalent sexism in the twenty-first century Rachel A. Connor, Peter Glick and Susan T. Fiske; 14. Sexism in intimate contexts: how romantic relationships help explain the origins, functions and consequences of sexist attitudes Matthew D. Hammond and Nickola C. Overall; 15. Religion and prejudice Ben K. L. Ng and Will M. Gervais; 16. Sexual prejudice: advances in conceptual and empirical models V. Paul Poteat and Michelle Birkett; 17. Weight bias: prejudice and discrimination towards overweight and obese people Phillippa C. Diedrichs and Rebecca Puhl; 18. Prejudice against immigrants in multicultural societies Colleen Ward, Agnes Szabo and Jaimee Stuart; 19. Generalized prejudice: old wisdom and new perspectives Robin Bergh and Nazar Akrami; Part III. Prejudice Reduction and Analysis in Applied Contexts: 20. Recent developments in intergroup contact research: affective processes, group status, and contact valence Linda R. Tropp, Agostino Mazziotta and Stephen C. Wright; 21. From prejudice reduction to collective action: two psychological models of social change (and how to reconcile them) John Dixon, Kevin Durrheim, Clifford Stevenson and Huseyin Cakal; 22. Self-regulation strategies for combating prejudice Mason D. Burns, Laura Ruth M. Parker and Margo J. Monteith; 23. Antecedents and consequences of evaluative concerns experienced during intergroup interaction: when and how does group status matter? Jacquie D. Vorauer and Matthew Quesnel; 24. Stereotypicality biases and the criminal justice system Danny Osborne, Paul G. Davies and Shirley Hutchinson; 25. Prejudice, stigma, bias, discrimination and health Yin Paradies, João Luiz Bastos and Naomi Priest; 26. Development of delegitimization and animosity in the context of intractable conflict Daniel Bar-Tal and Talia Avrahamzon; 27. Interventions in real world settings: using media to overcome prejudice and promote intergroup reconciliation in Central Africa Rezarta Bilali and Ervin Staub; 28. Identification with all humanity: the antithesis of prejudice, and more Sam McFarland; 29. It's all about ignorance: reflections from the blue-eyed/brown-eyed exercise Jane Elliott
Control code
ocn961035057
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
xvi, 671 pages
Isbn
9781107098336
Lccn
2016035551
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)961035057

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